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that the president's first term has been a failure. dnc chairman and los angeles mayor told cbs this morning the country is better off now than it was four years ago. we were losing 800,000 jobs a month. the answer is yes, we are better off but we've got to keep on working harder. >> reporter: a delegate from maryland agrees. we've had -- owe. >> we've had more private development in the last few months. >> reporter: security is tight where the big speeches start tuesday. streets remain open today to allow the public to enjoy carolina fest. there will are music and entertainment all day. party leaders, including congressman emmanuel cleaver are stressing the work that still needs to be done. >> president obama, if he's reelected as we expect, somehow we've got to have a much better relationship with the house or the american public will suffer. >> reporter: a new charlotte observer elon university poll shows mitt romney running four points ahead of president obama in north carolina, a state he won in 2008. randall pinkston, cbs news, charlotte. >>> republican mitt romney is spending his day
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to very low single-digit temperatures. across the desert southwest, though, in los angeles, you've been seeing some heavy rain showers, flashflood watches in effect in southern california towards nevada and arizona due to the mon soona flow from the south. los angeles with a high of 29, denver at 32. look at houston. rather hot for you at 32 as well here on your monday. over towards europe, a very strong low-pressure area moving through the british isles. all due to this cold front in here. rain showers and thunderstorms activity is going to be expected. some gusty winds as well. what's fuelling this is the difference in temperatures. out ahead of it, rather warm, above average in places like germany and poland. take a look at london. as this front goes by on tuesday, only 17 for the high. paris at 20. expecting this to get down to right around 15 to 16 degrees going into wednesday for your high temperatures. definitely have a jacket ready as autumn sets in across western europe. here's your look at your forecast. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in toky
. it will finish its journey in los angeles where it will permanently go on display. >> arctic ice has melted to a record low. scientists say summarize at the north pole is the thinnest it has ever been since satellite data collection began. researchers warn the decline will trigger more extreme global weather. many put it down to man-made global warming. >> unfortunate. >> with all of the attention on the eurozone crisis and questions about a future for the european project tummy may be surprised european union is moving ahead with expanding. >> croatia is set to join the european union next july and has been making moves to meet the necessary requirements. this week, the government slashed benefits for public- sector employees in an effort to reform state finances and make the economy more competitive. >> the croatian prime minister was in berlin to meet with the german chancellor, angela merkel. the top of the agenda -- european union membership. >> the two will have much more to do with each other after croatia joins the european union next summer. the block is going to one of the most di
do those things for themselves. >> police in los angeles are searching for two men who robbed a branch of bank of america on tuesday. they strapped a device to a hostage and forced her to take money out of the bank vault. >> played out in daylight on the streets of l.a. a bank robbery carried out by a bank manager, kidnap, and told she was wearing a bomb which would be detonated if she did not do what she was told. >> a device was strapped to her body and that she was ordered to take the money out of the bank which she did. there were other employees inside and she explained to them what was happening and it showed them the device that was strapped to her body. everyone believed this was an explosive device. >> the device was removed and a robot was brought in to make it safe. the police still have not said whether it was a bomb or a fake. the robbers made off with an undisclosed amount of money. there was a similar robbery in 2003 in pennsylvania when a pizza delivery man walked into a bank with a pipe bomb and it took thousands of dollars. it was never established whether or
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on the back of a 7:47 before endeavour retired to a los angeles museum it is scheduled to pass over the state capitol and here to the bay area. to prevent any traffic problems in the air the faa will restrict air space over sacramento and los angeles today between 9:30 and 11:30 air space is restricted below 5,000 feet in a 25-mile radius around san francisco. next month endeavour will take a five mile road trip. now nearly 400 trees were being cut down along the route to make room for the 112-foot long shuttle. the museum is promising to replant 1,000 trees. >>> stay with us here at ktvu for continuing coverage in the next half hour some of the best bay area spots to catch the flayover of the shuttle we are also going to go live to moffett field at 6:30 this morning because they are hosting a very big watch party there. >> there will be a lot of watch parties. that is what sal is telling us chp has a warning as well. >>> that is right dave and pam. chp's warning not to stop on the freeway if you happen to be driving by when endeavour flies over. i know it's tempting to do it and people do it
action star calls in the authorities. i'm rachel smith in los angeles. who needed help, just ahead. >> coming up on abc 7 news at 5:00 water patrol duty goes to new depths to sniff out a big, invasive problem in lake autos let's go outside again. bay bridge toll plaza. there are cars facing you head together city. cash is not king today. slow going if you don't have fast track. stay with us. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your new light creamy potato with bacon & cheese soup says it's 100 calories a serving. that's right. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. my world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... [ whispers ] 100 calories... say it again... [ whispers ] 100 calories... ma'am, hello? ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. 6. >>> coast guard comes to the rescue in real life for actor russell crow and all that have is in today's enter taintment report from on the record carpet of here is raishel sming. >> a movie star has to call in the authorities. russell crow and his friends kayaking and got los
in san francisco in los angeles that life sentences for non-violent crimes did nothing to improve public safety but overcrowded prisons. there are never released people from our prisons because they're so overcrowded and we have a choice to release people who are more serious which is what we're doing today are the people that have been sentenced to life for extraordinarily minor crimes they do have to be felonies under california law almost anything north of jaywalking to count as a felony. critter prosecutors have discretion in how they charge of three striking after reports about how they choose to do a of a felony is a third strike and not how many prisoners are we talking about are in the first inning pizzas and second of all prosecutors have discretion why did they change the law. >>> we think it restores the original intent of the three strikes law to keep alive sentences for serious and violent felonies and for the folks of been sentenced to life than a non serious nonviolent crimes like petty theft and drug possession that are a few thousand people there but none of them will b
of this study shows and experience says the in san francisco and los angeles that light sentences for non-violent crimes does nothing to improve safety but over crowds are prison. they release the people from prison and is on a 50% capacity and your 20s and these people who are more serious than they're doing today and people been sentenced to life for minor crimes like shoplifting >>> the data to be felonies >>> but under the california law almost anything north of jaywalking can count on the way the penal code works here >>> we offer report about when they choose to do a felony is the first record not. and how many prisons are we exit talking about art and the prosecutors have discretion >>> proposition 36 brings the original intent of the three strikes law to keep life sentences for violent felon. and for those who 10 non serious and nonviolent crimes like drug possession they are few thousand people there. among those people get released court any relief under the proposition 36. a judge finds them. or no longer a threat to public safety. they have to help people who serve the most my
-sensing... honda accord. it starts with you. >>> if los angeles, the opening scenes of carmageddon two appear to be free of traffic jams. ten miles of one of the busiest freeways in america are closed in los angeles. a repeat of what happened last year. kyung lah joins us from the 405. tell us why they're doing this, about the big demolition. >> reporter: the reason why they're doing it is because they're trying to widen the 405, adding a carpool lane. when all this construction is done, there's going to be 73 miles of carpool lane from orange county all the way through los angeles. and it's going to be the longest in the world. but the demolition that we've been watching all day, it's actually this bridge over my shoulder. this is the mulholland bridge. and that entire middle section that you're looking at, well, just a couple of hours ago, that wasn't there. let's look at what we were watching throughout the day. giant sections of the northern part of this bridge were coming down because they need to move the pillars further out so that the 405 can be widened for that carpool lane. so as yo
no scratches. >> thanks very much. >>> now, back to los angeles and the emmys. the stars out in hollywood for tv's biggest party, josh, you were there for the whole thing and there's some big winners, all our friends at "modern family"? >> oh, yeah, george, they got the show started with a bang and of course they ended it pretty well as well. as we just get started with the emmys afterparty here. lara and i got to catch up with big stars right to my right at the nokia. after they accepted, they were discussing the country's most watched comedy. "modern family" took home plenty of that gold. we chatted with julie bowen and eric stonestreet after their big wins. >> the emmy goes to "modern family." >> reporter: it was a family affair. >> thank you so, so much. >> reporter: america's favorite sitcom taking home four statuettes. >> an embarrassment of riches. >> i just want to share this with every actor whose got an audition tomorrow at 5:00 in santa monica. i went to every one of them. i never missed one. >> reporter: the night's other first-time winner -- >> to "homeland." >> reporter: a p
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undetected for hours in car with dead bodies. and it was a dramatic scene inside a bank in los angeles. how robbers forced a manager to rob her own bank. ot sfilodour a 4 year old girl is found alive 8 hours after her sister, parents and grandmother were murdered in france. authorities found the bodies in a car along a road in the alps. the family was in the country for vacation. the adults were all shot and the eight year-old sister was beaten. the four year-old was discovered hiding on the floor of the vehicle. a bike rider was also found shot at the scene. police are searching for two suspects who strapped a fake bomb to a bank employee ... and forced her to rob the bank. the bank manager... seen here walking with police in east los angeles... said the robbers grabbed her as she left home for work yesterday morning. they wrapped what they claimed was a bomb around her stomach. she was told to drive to the bank... and place a bag filled with money outside the back door where the robbers were waiting. the bomb squad removed the device from the woman and after detonating it... determined
continue to spread to nearly two dozen countries. carter evans of our los angeles station is in cerritos, south of l.a. >> reporter: good morning. after being holed up at his home for nearly three days the man that the world has been waiting to see and hear from made a brief appearance early this morning. he's known to some as sam bacile and to others nakoula basseley nakoula and he left his home through a side yard gate surrounded by sheriff's deputies. >> do you have anything to say? >> reporter: the man you see under the hat and towel wearing a winter jacket in the l.a. summer heat may be responsible for sparking the flames of the deadly violence in the muslim world. he's trying to hide his face and believed to be the man responsible for creating a film called "innocence of muslims." depicting muhammad in any form is considered an insult to islam. l.a. county sheriff spokesman said nakoula basseley nakoula is not under arrest. >> l.a. county sheriff's department tonight about midnight assisted federal probation officers in a voluntary interview. nobody is arrested. nobody is detained.
and is in los angeles this morning. jan, good morning. >> good morning. good morning to our viewers in the west. romney will be leaving here in about an hour, heading to utah for a fund-raiser. the video posted online by mother jones is proving to be a distraction for a campaign about jobs. >> it's not elegantly stated, let me put it that way. i'm speak off the cuff in response to a question and i'm sure i could state it more clearly and in a more effective way than i did in a setting like that. >> romney appeared late monday at a hastily arranged news conference, addressing a video that surfaced of him earlier in the year the a fund-raiser. at event last may, romney was making a point that nearly half of all americans pay no federal income tax. he characterized them as obama supporters who are dependent on federal programs. >> 47% who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe that government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. and they will vote for t
, looking like mid-summer. 31 expected in los angeles. 27 in seattle. out toward the east, 31 atlanta. and 29 in washington, d.c. finally, let's go over to europe. mostly wet and windy across the northwestern corner of europe. this is remnants of tropical storm leslie which made landfall in atlantic canada yesterday. it will move towards northern british isles as well as norway the next 24 hours. down toward the south we've got a more potent storm affecting italy. thunderstorms, gusty winds and even hail are possible into tomorrow. temperatures are looking like this. berlin cooling down to 17 degrees. and vienna only 12 degrees expected. still on the hot side in lisbon, 33 expected on your thursday. that's it for me now. here's your extended forecast. >>> that concludes this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us. ????o
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eyebrows at the democratic national convention. michelle turner joins me from los angeles to explain why. where is the controversy? >> well, there is definitely controversy. the movie stars maggie gyllenhaal and viola davis. and they team up to turn around a failing public school. it's a hollywood school inspired by true events. you might ask what's the fuss about? it's about school choice and touches on the controversial parent trigger law. it allows them to fire teachers and start from scratch. this is also a film about teacher unions which do not come off looking very good, actually. and generally speaking, the unions aren't prone to backing parent trigger laws. and the teachers' unions are one of the democratic parties' most biggest and loyal sources of contributions but parent triggers are getting support among high-profile democrats. so that's where the stir comes in. specifically also from los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa, a former organizer with united teachers. he also happens to be chairman of the democratic convention this year. so right now, this movie is playing for de
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other stories making news early today in america. in los angeles, it was take the money and run and then throw it out of the window. a pair of suspected bank robbers tossed out wads of stolen cash while being chased by police. when the thieves were finally captured, one woman dove into the truck's driver seat to get a piece of all of that currency. police responded quickly and they surrounded the truck to stop a mob scene. >>> in new york city, it's the hairdo 15 years in the making. you're looking at the guinness world record-holder for the tallest mohawk, a towering 3'8.6" high. it sits, or i should say stands, atop the fashion designer in japan who says it takes two hours, plus three cans of hairspray and one can of gel to have a good hair day. >>> and finally, in california, we have an update at the baby panda at the san diego zoo. after six weeks, he's starting to open his little eyes, but it will take the guy about three more weeks to open them fully. in the meantime, the zoo is taking suggestions on what to name him. how about adorable? >>> and now for a look at your nati
, oklahoma city and los angeles also in the same digits. okay, let's talk about tropical storm nadine over "the atlantic ocean. and this is affecting the a doors islands. it looks like it will be maintaining strength as a tropical storms so swells, rip currentses are things we want to be aware of, especially if you're on the coastal regions. notice european continent, things will be pretty wet across norway. this could actually turn to snow precipitation. across the british isles, you may see gusty and wet conditions. and across much of the east, due to the cold front sweeping across the regions you may see thunderstorms. but things are really chilling down in the central portions here in europe. here's our extended forecast. >> it's a problem that has el e eluded soldiers and politicians alike. perhaps sports teams will have a better chance. afghanistan has launched a national football league it hopes will bring the country together. it's called the afghan premiere league made up of eight regional teams. more than 3,000 people filled a stadium in kabul to watch the first game on tuesday.
in portland, oregon. still hot, 31 in los angeles. all right. headed into europe, we have storms here targeting the alpine region in italy headed to the balkan peninsula bringing the potential for hail, damaging winds and thunderstorms. as it heads in towards nohweste russia it will be showers rather than the severe storms. much of western and central europe will be seeing a nice dry autumnal day. there are showers through the british isles. a steady stream of moisture looks like it will come over the next 24 to 48 hours across denmark, germany and scandinavia. looking at seasonal temperatures though. mid teens across a wide spectrum. further to the south in athens, 31. 29 in madrid and lisbon. you will get another blast of summer. we're ei lbon heating up to 34 degrees by sunday. here's your extended forecast. >>> that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us.
to los angeles. this was a victory round. it and its carrier jet flew at low altitudes so spectators could get a great view. i have seen great pictures on facebook in the last hour appear the shuttle will retire to the california science museum where it is expected to remain earthbound for the rest of eternity. never got to ride on it. >> no, we never did. >> next time. thanks for watching. we will see you again at the top of the hour. >> you can see more on our website, dw.de. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--
in los angeles say two people have pleaded no contest to charges of trying to extort $5 million from stevie wonder for a selacious video. both were sentenced to time served. >>> according to guinness world records this music video -- you know it -- it's gangnam style. it easily passed the lmfao "party rock anthem." it's also the number one song in 31 countries on the itunes charts. they obviously haven't seen bill karin's version of gangnam style. google that. >>> a kitten has found an unlikely new foster mom. a dog. the dog is now nursing the cat, even producing its own milk for the little guy. the stray fee line was found in a family barn. apparently just a few days old when he was brought inside and was cold and meowing which drew the attention of the dog named mittens. can you see why. she took it upon herself to care for the kitten who is named bootsy. they're destined to be together forever. this is your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> one park in indonesia is home to some larger than life lizards. visitors can see the more than 1300 komodo dragons that rom
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among high-profile democrats. so that's where the stir comes in. specifically also from los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa, a former organizer with united teachers. he also happens to be chairman of the democratic convention this year. so right now, this movie is playing for delegates at the convention, and it's highlighting a big divide among democrats when it comes to education reform. so that's where the controversy comes in. >> all right. michelle turner, thank you. michelle will be back with us next hour with more show biz headlines including why actor cal penn is in charlotte to help his former boss. >>> the wait is finally over. kelly ripa introduced former nfl star kelly strayhan as her new co host today. worst-kept secret ever. he replaces regis philbin who left in november. other front runners included neil patrick harris, seth myers and josh groban. >>> coming up in the next hour of "newsroom," organic foods cost more, but are they better for you? the answer in 20 minutes. [ female announcer ] quaker yogurt granola bars. they're whole grain good... and yummy good. rea
severe of the storms. a hot day in los angeles. 30 degrees. this will persist into the weekend. 28 in seattle. will fall by 10 degrees into sunday. all right, let's head now into europe. toward the north. wet, windy. afraid. northern british isles. through scandinavia and russia. rest of the continent is looking dry, calm. temperatures on the rye. berlin, 19. sunday, rising to 25 degrees. seeing 27 in vienna. as well as 27 in london. and to give you an update on what is happening the last three days of paralympic games. forecast looks sunny. 25, 25, 27, to round off the games. i leave you now with your extended forecast. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> our top stories once again. u.s. president barack obama has accepted the democratic nomination at the party's national convention in charlotte, north carolina. he presented the election this november as a choice between two different paths for america. >> america, i never said this journey would be easy. and i won't promise that now. yes, our path is harder. but it lead to a better place. >> obama responded to voters' concerns about the economy
, is it, but that is what happened in los angeles when suspected bank robbers hurled money from their car while being pursued by police. >> the tv news helicopters tuned in for a high-speed car chase, but the reporters cannot believe what they were seeing. fistfuls of dollars into the street by suspected bank robbers. >> people out on the street, people hoping to collect money, a lot of people literally running up to the suspects. wow, look at that. >> it is harder to know if they were trying to get rid of evidence or to attract a crowd to block their pursuers. they were thought to a basket by jumping out of the vehicle, but eventually they ran into traffic. the crowds for perhaps hoping for a windfall. >> he is stuck in a pocket there. >> the men were caught, arrested, and taken away for questioning. >> that was the driver in the short time. >> there we are paid a reminder of our top stories. hundreds of protesters angered by an anti islam film stormed the u.s. compound in yemen. that is all for the moment. stay with us on "bbc world news." we have plenty more. >> make a sense of interna
. cooling down also in, in oklahoma city with a high 2u62. looking hot in los angeles. 31. should be warming up to 36 degrees, as well head into your friday. all right. finally, let's go over to europe. then it is mostly wet and windy out toward the northwest. remnants of tropical storms are moving into scotland as well as norway. that is going to produce very heavy rain as well as very strong winds. down towards the south, we have got upper cold, low, existing in the alpine region as well as the the northwestern balkan peninsula. thunderstorms, gusty wind and hail will continuetomorrow. all right, temperatures are as follows the. still on the hot side. lisbon. 33 degrees. very cool for this time of year in vienna. only 12 degrees. feeling more look late october here. that's the for now. here is your extended forecast. ♪ ♪ >>> that's all for now on this edition of "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you for watching.
. in los angeles, they called it carmageddon 2, part of the 405 freeway shut down for repairs. the project started yesterday and will be done by tomorrow's commute. if the contractors missed their deadline, they'll be fined $6,000 per lane for every ten minutes they're late. >>> and tonight we notice the passing of a towering figure in american journalism. arthur solsberger. he decided to publish a secret government history of the vietnam war known as "the pentagon papers" when nixon administration demanded h he stop publishing the article, the paper refused. he was 86 years old. >>> we're back in a moment with some final thoughts from afghanistan. and every day since, we've worked hard to keep it. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help people and businesses who were affected, and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy -- and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. we've shared what we've learned with governments and across the industry so we can all produce energy more safely. i want you to know, there's anot
city, houston, nearly at 30 in los angeles as well. okay, let's go to europe. finally. things still looking pretty welt, unstaewelt, unstable. band coming in. parts of scandinavia. denmark, affected by the front line coming in. we will see sig nif cannificant, central france. germany. very dry, unpleasant here. that will change over the weekend. that said, storms are moving away in the east. in towards the black sea. so, behind that you will see some clearing. in the eastern balkans. few showers moving through the moscow area at the moment today. 19 degrees here. 19 in kiev. we have 13. cooler in stockholm. 15 in london. still summer look temperatures to be found across the mediterranean. 28 in athens. 30 for you in lisbon. 27 in lisbon. 30 in madrid. here is your extended forecast. >>> that's all for now on this edition of newsline. i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you very much for joining us.
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